search for a phrase outlook 2003

Posted on 2009-04-21
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I have trwaled this site and the internet for an answer that works.
I want to search all my messages for the phrase link exchange.
I have tried "link exchange"  Link&exchange.
Both return messages with the words link and exchange but not the phrase.
How do I do this?
Question by:Fubschuk
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From where do you search? What search engine?

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The find feature that is part of Outlook
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Outlook 2003 defaults to search for any word in any order. To get what you want you need to install this (and maybe use OL2007)

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